The President of the United States rounded out August the same way that dozens of freshmen boys at Barnyard did: by getting rejected.
Without it, so many animals we know and love today would be gone from the face of the Earth. But has anyone even thought that maybe God wanted them to go extinct?
When the news notification popped up on my phone, my response was a short “Jesus, not again,” and then I went back to my business. The nonchalance of my response should be incredibly alarming, just as alarming as the lack of news coverage of a shooting that left seven people dead and twenty-five injured.
The core grievance in question is directed toward the music at the 8pm Mass, which ought to be amended.
In the year zero, after the death of our dearly beloved Christ, Earth had a modest population of roughly 190 million people. At the turn of the first millennia, the population had only increased by 60 million to about 250 million.
The Democratic Party kicked off its quest to find a challenger to President Trump over the summer. In total, four debates took place over four days, due to the large number of candidates. The first two of these debates took place on June 26-27 on NBC, and the second two debates took place on July 30-31 on CNN. Key topics in each debate included healthcare reform, immigration, gun control, race relations, and U.S. foreign policy. Many controversies surrounded the debates, including comments made by former Joe Biden about working together with segregationist Senators. NBC and CNN have also come under fire for the manner in which they have organized the debates, and also the amount of speaking time given to each candidate.
Pringles, deli ham, french fries, white bread, a British teenage boy. These all seem like harmless things, but according to Bristol University they are a recipe for blindness. Recently in the United Kingdom a teenage boy’s picky eating habits led to complete vision loss. He would only eat Pringles, french fries from a local restaurant, white bread, and slices of ham. To me, this seems like a completely acceptable diet. It hits every food group: carbs and ham. But according to researchers, this diet’s lack of key nutrients and certain vital vitamins and minerals has the potential to cause optic neuropathy: a fancy, scientific way of saying you’re irreversibly blind.
You may have heard from your friends in Gabelli or those majoring in economics talking about the “yield curve inversion,” and perhaps simultaneously panicking about their Robinhood or E*Trade accounts. So, the question you are surely asking is “what exactly is the yield curve?” A yield curve is often used by economists and investors as an indication of where the economy is heading. It is associated with a financial instrument known as Treasury bonds.
Olivia Jade Giannulli has become the face of the college admissions scandal, and she’s fed up! Rightly so? Let’s find out. A quick recap:
Olivia Jade Giannulli, daughter of Lori Loughlin ,Aunt Becky from Full House, and Mossimo Giannulli ,a guy who designed clothes for target, had been steadily growing her social media influencer career, and her YouTube and Instagram accounts had each amassed over one million followers. Despite her light-hearted daily vlogs and beauty videos, she quickly became the antagonistic mascot of the college admission scandal once news surfaced that her parents had paid around $500,000 for her to attend the University of Southern California under the guise of a sports scholarship.
Do you lie awake at night, stressing about the impending robot takeover? Never fear, for Andrew Yang is here to put “humanity first” and protect your job, not from an immigrant at the border, but from the Alexa in your room.